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Eggnog Knit Scarf Pattern

Updated September 17, 2019
Eggnog Knit Scarf Pattern
Eggnog Knit Scarf Pattern
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Keep warm and cozy during the wicked winter weather with this Eggnog Knit Scarf Pattern.  Great for both men and women, this beginner knitting pattern is the perfect gift to give to your special someone.  This scarf works up quickly and can be made in a variety of colors.  If you can knit in garter stitch, you can make this scarf!  Continue to add more rows to make your scarf longer or add a few rows of a different color at the end for a little surprise.  Perfect for men and women of all ages, this cozy Eggnog Knit Scarf is sure to keep you warm all winter long.

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge8 stitches, 12 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch

Finished SizeApprox. 25 cm (10 in) x 165 cm (65 in)

Materials List

  • 4 balls Recyclaine Yarn in Fumee (32528) OR Lin (32798)
  • 10.0 mm straight knitting needles

Stitch Used

  • GARTER ST:  Knit every row.

 

Additional Notes

  • If you have less stitches and rows over a 10 cm tension square try again using smaller needles.
  • Use larger needles if you obtain more stitches and rows than required.

Instructions

Using 10 mm needles cast on 20 sts.
Work in Garter St for 200 rows.
Cast off all sts and cut yarn 10 cm (4 in) from work.
Using a wool needle weave yarn through a few sts at the back of work and cut off excess yarn.
The completed scarf measures approx. 25 cm (10 in) x 165 cm (65 in).

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Love the neutral color of this scarf. This color will match almost any fall outfit or jacket. Wrapped around in layers, this will definitely keep the chill off your neck and help to keep you warm when you are out and about on chill days or nights. They are only going to get cooler from here folks.

I love making garter stitch scarves with bulky yarn! They knit up so quickly, which makes them a great choice for Christmas gifts.

This is a pattern where the yarn makes all the difference. Just because it is basically garter stitch this pattern proves that is all you need. It will knit up quickly and you will have a nice warm scarf. I knit for charity so this pattern is perfect. Thank you.

Some how the pattern info has been removed and all that remains is the notes about gauge, any chance the pattern could be put back up?

Hi Lisa, the pattern has been updated to include the missing information. Our apologies for the inconvenience! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I don't see where it says how many rows to cast on. Looks like a great scarf!

Hello deborahisabell 086 5703, the pattern has been updated to include the missing information. Our apologies for the inconvenience! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I love that this a neutral scarf that could go with any outfit all winter!

This is a great easy and versatile scarf pattern. It's the kind of pattern that can be easily remembered so it can be taken along and worked on while you are waiting for kids or the doctor to call you in. I like the idea of adding a contrasting color on the ends.

I am going to make this scarf in like every color I can find. I hope my friends want scarves for Christmas because it's happening.

Sara, you'll love this pattern. You can change it up (so you don't get bored) by adding a thin eyelash yarn to the primary yarn. That will add interest but no bulk. Or, you can make it in color blocks, or add stripes every so often. The variations are endless. Have fun!

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